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7 Practical and easy ways to honor and remember deceased loved ones

REMEMBERING

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Cerith Gardiner - published on 11/18/21

They're easy to do with your kids, too!

November is the month in which we remember our deceased loved ones. However, as the month draws to a close, it’s important that we continue to keep those who’ve passed away in our prayers, particularly with the emphasis on family in the events we’ll be celebrating in the coming weeks.

So, here are some ways you can honor those you’ve cherished that are easy to involve your children in, too. And one of the benefits of taking the time to include the departed in our everyday lives is that death isn’t such a scary notion for our children.

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